This post is sponsored by Dinosaur Planet
Bangkok’s newest attraction bring a new excitement to town.
Opened on March 25, Dinosaur Planet made its debut under the concept “Beyond Nova in the Heart of Bangkok”. On the ground of the EM District, Sukhumvit 22, this dinosaur theme park takes visitors across the space and time to explore a new world. With a range of fun and exciting zones, visitors get a chance to go on adventures in the prehistoric setting and get up-close to the life-like of extinct terrestrial reptiles as well as experience the Great Volcano live show.
Stars from the lost world include the all-time famous T-Rex, Raptors, Triceratops, Apatosaurus, Ankylosaurus, Anchiceratops and many more.
Dinosaur Planet provides all ages with fun and edutainment. It consists of eight attractions where kids, teens and adults can enjoy different actions with their favorite stars from the dinosaur word.
The eight attractions include:
Get to know the dinosaurs, where you can learn about them through multimedia technology. Explore the skeletons of Brachiosaurus, Triceratops and Stegosaurus at Big Bone Gallery and watch dinosaur eggs hatch at Dino Lab
Stars of Dino
Travel to the land of Dinosaurs and experience all three historic periods: Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous (videos are availalbe at the bottom of this page)
The only Dino Eye in the world
4D Deep-world (opening in May 2016)
Explore the under Ocean world. Stimulate your senses as you watch battles of dinosaurs in 4D simulator
The Great Volcano & the Extinction Live Show
Evening shows, starting from 07.00 pm
You’ll go on a dangerous mission surrounded by Triceratops
Enjoy dinosaur rides. Young explorers can dig up T-Rex fossils and learn about dinosaurs through interactive games
Food and shopping (indoor) area. In the picture below: chocolate in the form of dinosaur eggs
Location: Between Soi Sukhumvit 22 and Soi 24
BTS: Phromphong Station
Opening hours: 10.00 am – 10.00 pm
Tickets: 600 baht (adult), 400 baht (child), free for children under 90cm
For additional information visit www.dinosaurplanet.net or contact: +63 167 6975 | +63 162 5853
Videos of the dinosaurs at Stars of Dino